CTET Campus Coffee a success
The team in the Centre of Teaching and Educational Technologies (CTET) wishes to extend a warm thanks to everyone who attended our Campus Coffee event last Thursday, April 5, in the Castle Drawing Room. We all appreciated the opportunity to connect with you and share some of the exciting projects that we are working on this year.
We would also like to congratulate Margot Bracewell, winner of the passport activity, and Juliana Hendriks, winner of the WordPress activity. Congratulations, Margot and Juliana!
The event was based on a theme of international (and intergalactic!) travel, with six different stations, each one representing a different travel destination and a different CTET project or topic. Some of our destinations included South Korea, Coruscant, Hawaii, and Ireland. See below for a complete list of the stations and how you can find additional information about the project or topic presented:
- To learn more about My Media, watch this short video, explore the My Media chapter of the Knowledgebase, or contact CTET Studio and ask to be enrolled in our online self-paced course.
- For resources related to pedagogy, explore the Resources for Teaching page on the CTET website.
- You don’t have to travel to a galaxy far, far away to learn more about WordPress. Simply visit the WordPress page on the CTET website to learn more about WordPress at RRU, or contact CTET Studio to request your own WordPress site.
- Learn more about appreciative interviews via the Liberating Structures website. To learn more about Liberating Structures, register for the two-day immersion workshop on April 25 & 26 for faculty and staff.
- Learn about faculty support by visiting the Studio page on the CTET website, by dropping in to CTET Studio in LIC 004, or by exploring the Workshops and Events page on the CTET website. To talk with someone about faculty support, contact CTET Studio.
Moodle to the Max Project
- CTET is taking “Moodle to the Max”! To learn more about this exciting project, check out our Crossroads article from last week (Launching the Moodle to the Max project) or explore our Moodle to the Max Demo Page. If you’d like to talk to someone about the project or about adding a new Moodle activity to your course, contact CTET Studio or get in touch with your CTET instructional designer.
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